OEM Factory Key Code Cutting Service & Re-Coding & Re-Keying 80 Series Ignition Lock Cylinder , Lock and Key Tech. (1 Viewer)

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OP seems to have gone AWOL and haven't gotten a response here or from his website.
I'm sure he is just either out of office or had a family emergency. Unfortunaly with Fires, Covid, and Heath issues we may have to patient with most vendors. This doesn't even include if they get a Vacation. I'm sure if you are un satisfied with your wait time he will refund you.
 
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Just to share my story. I’m working on 2 cruisers, a 94 and 93. The 93 I had code cut from my preferred Toyota dealership and first cut I went home and tried it, it wouldn’t work. I took it back as it wouldn’t work and we decided to pass it one more time through the machine with code cutting as my 93 keys do not lock the glove box (I think the key I have was cut from the valet). It did shave some material off and that key now works to open and lock all doors including glove box.

I have to go back and ask for my 1994 to be recut as it isn’t working from code cut.

New code cut keys really do add a touch as your rebuilding your truck.
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I'm sure he is just either out of office or had a family emergency. Unfortunaly with Fires, Covid, and Heath issues we may have to patient with most vendors. This doesn't even include if they get a Vacation. I'm sure if you are un satisfied with your wait time he will refund you.
I just received a key blank from him. Took about a week to get it from when I ordered it.
@ToyotaMatt Let me know when you're "back in the office" and can do a few keys, thanks!
Just to share my story. I’m working on 2 cruisers, a 94 and 93. The 93 I had code cut from my preferred Toyota dealership and first cut I went home and tried it, it wouldn’t work. I took it back as it wouldn’t work and we decided to pass it one more time through the machine with code cutting as my 93 keys do not lock the glove box (I think the key I have was cut from the valet). It did shave some material off and that key now works to open and lock all doors including glove box.

I have to go back and ask for my 1994 to be recut as it isn’t working from code cut.

New code cut keys really do add a touch as your rebuilding your truck.
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Hi folks , matt here


its been a VERY busy Friday , and a VERY busy week too ........

i do work on the CUE system , everyone gets a Fair shake , and Nobody gets ignored , i try my best to get to everyone as soon as humanly possible ..

however , im NOT amazon and never will be



as far as shipping times , turn on a TV or public Radio once in a while , i personally hate TV in general , but never the less the COVID 19

and Politics related B/S had Indeed F'd up the post office and there shipping times greatly , especially first class service , but priority mail

also ,,,,




a fellow member mailed me a small flat rate box from a post office inside Washington DC , my shop is 45 minutes outside DC , it took 8 single

digit days to get to me !



This is NOT Fake Newz Coming From Toyotamatt , this is the real McCoy ! :confused:


i have now and have for about a solid year now a
FEE FREE 24 Hour Emergency USPS overnight Express mail service when ever and where ever possible . if its truly a emergency ?

it does cost Money , but its a smokin deal in my opinion ....:popcorn:



my wife and i run a good old family shop operation , and will bend over back wards to have Your Back 24 / 7 in any way we can .......


please allow us the needed time to simply do so .....


Kindly ,

Erin & Matt :)



MUD PM is best way to get a-hold of me .....fyi



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NON-Political below ....
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Received my key today.

First try and it would unlock but not lock the drivers door, works on passenger and not at all on the hatch..... THEN I broke out the WD40 and began to follow Matt's instructions. 3 sec of spray followed by In and out wipe off nasty s*** and over and over I did this. Then more WD40 and turn it lock and unlock, wipe off the key and repeat. Drivers door and passenger door working.

The hatch took a while longer BUT it works!!! I ran out of WD40 so hopefully I'll get some tomorrow and I finally have a key that works all three door locks.

Thanks Matt!

Matt, would i need to provide info again for another PERFECT key?
 

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Matt, would i need to provide info again for another PERFECT key?

Hi Kevin , how are you sir :)


YES !

you would have to provide me your factory key code again and each seperate times you need or want oem code cut keys


I DO NOT and NEVER have stored or recorded anyone's Toyota Key Code , in anyway ...............


why you may ask ?

well ...........


- Why would i ever have to , ?

- if a client has there's the first time then the will have it any other time too

- it's a huge responsibility enough making oem code cut keys that have the better the high success rate of working as they should

engaging 40-50 year old lock cylinders ,

- lastly it would be not only bad business practice to do so , but extremely bad judgment on my end to compile such a list or data base in general , and again i refer to the above , there no real good reason to take the extra time to record and store such private
info ...........

- summery :
i treat each lock and key job of any sort as 100% TOP SECRET SKUNK WORKS Status at ALL times , and 100% confidential in every way between my clients , fellow mud members etc ...........


- This is both my
Company Policy , and also the ONLY way i roll .................


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